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into the afternoon. the raiders playing at 1:25 sunday against browns and right now, it does look okay. i'll take the rain gear on the back edge of the system. should push through by the time the game gets started. rainfall totals up to seven inches in north bay mountains. two and a half to five inches north bay. one and a half to three inches peninsula, east bay. south bay, less, one to two inches of rain. now, we'refÑi. monitoring rives for you. russian river near hopland just over nine feet. expected to hit close to 24 feet, as we head into sunday afternoon, putting above stood stage, 21 feet. russian river at guerneville, flood stage is 32 feet. look at 21 feet right now. it's expected to get close to flood stage at 31 feet going into early monday, late sunday afternoon. high surf advisory until saturday, 4:00 a.m. for coastal areas. waves remaining high. watch out for rip currents. upper 50s to mid-60s, scattered showers saturday. accu-weather forecast is showing you a third, final in a series. more rain tuesday and a chance wednesday but that does not look near the intense storm that just
for a job it's hard to hear about a possible slow down in highering. governor brown got voters last month to approve proposition 30. a temporary income tax increase and a boos0qz the sales tax to save public schools. but a new anderson forecast called it a double edged sword because that will have a slight drag on the committee, slowing california growth. >> republicans have been saying that sometime. it change behaviors. it's dampening economic recovery. >> the forecast estimates payroll growth hovering between 1% and 2% in next two years. it predicts the rate will average 10.5% by the end of the year, then improve to 9.7% next year with the jobless rate around 8.4% in 2014. >> jerry shelton is a school finance consultant and says the report doesn't take into aif the kth what would have happened if voters rejected prop 30. $6 billion in cuts, mostly to public education. he thinks$c]b californians wano trade short term economic growth for an investment in kids. >> we would been looking at shortening the school day, more kids out on the streets. you know? higher levels of droppouts and th
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